have you tried the dipstick tube.some Dodge and Plymouth minivans the dipstick is the "filler hole" this also applies to the transaxle fluid.(transmission)
Power Steering fluid helps to keep the steering of a car running smoothly. A Dodge Caravan uses Mopar ATF +4 for power steering fluid.
Regular power steering fluid.
No, you should not put anything except power steering fluid in. You can on systems such as my dodge caravan, where atf is the factory recommended fluid.
Mopar ATF+4 transmission fluid.
Low power steering fluid, improper drivebelt function, defective power steering pump or steering gear.
according to the owner's manual, page 456; Power steering reservoir-Mopar ATF+4 automatic transmission fluid
Automatic transmission fluid is used for the power steering system.
The squeaking of a steering column can usually be fixed by adding power steering fluid. It can also be fixed by replacing the belt in the car.
The power steering fluid recommended is Mopar
If it uses transmission fluid, just check some and see if it's red. If it isn't, just normal power steering fluid...The only cars that use specific kinds are Hondas.
Is a screen built into the power steering reservoir.
Regular old power steering fluid.
I think you can. I have never tired to drive one with no fluid, but I do have a Dodge caravan that I use for farm use and the power steering does not work. It is hard to steer when you are pulling out of the driveway, but once you get on the highway it works fine. You hardly notice the difference.
That is a cooler for the power steering fluid.
Yes. You can use automatic transmission fluid in the power steering on a Dodge Intrepid.
Yes, ATF is the proper power steering fluid for that vehicle.
Unlike some transmission fluids, power steering fluid is not manufacturer specific; any high quality power steering fluid will do.
For a Dodge Ram 1500, you need to use ATF+4 for power steering fluid. ATF+4 is compatible in vehicles that used ATF+3 for power steering fluid.
Power Steering Reservoir. Sometimes the reservoir is mounted in another location and not at the pump. Look on the firewall first. Find the pump and just follow the fluid lines going from the pump. They will go to the reservoir.
A 206 Ram uses automatic transmission fluid in the power steering.
I am wanting a diagram of the power steering hose and how to take things apart
there is one on the 2001 3.8l its by the firewall drivers side to the left of the power steering fluid.